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Hello! So you are looking for gift ideas for a tween boy…. Well I’m a tween (actually I’m 12) and a boy, so I figure I am an expert on tween boy gift ideas! I cannot guarantee that the boy you are shopping for will go dancing around the room screaming with joy. But, I can say that I have two brothers (a ten year old … well in two weeks and a 13 year old) and they love these items too.
As I’ve gotten older, I started getting more into technology, things like RC helicopters, RC cars, and other things, but I still like my Legos, although now I am becoming more attracted to buildings and architecture. Note: these are not in favorite to least favorite order, they are just random.
4. RC car.
5. Yu-Gi-Oh Trading card game.
6. Risk board game. Our best friends just gave us this game and we love it!
7. Cannon EOS Rebel T3i. I know this is a big gift, but I have been showing maturity and have been taking really good care of all my electronic equipment. We just got one for me and my brothers. I do recommend if you get your tween/teen something this expensive, get the drop insurance too! My mom did 🙂
8. Raspberry Pi (just search it)… and a guide to go with it. This is a way to get tweens / teens programming. My Dad is the Director of Applications for a college and they have a whole room of Raspberry pis for there students. I.Want.One!
9. A subscription to a technology education site like Lynda.com. We took photography lessons there last year and LOVED it. We want a new subscription.
10. A friendly pet. (A turtle, cat, dog, hamster, guinea pig … I have two turtles, 30 chickens, 3 cats, a dog and would gladly take more. It is a great way to teach teens responsibility. I have to feed and water my chickens and put them up every night. My dad lets them out in the morning. I also feed our cats. My younger brother gives them water daily. We also have two turtles that we both feed and take care. We love our animals!
I hope this list of my favorite items will help you choose a gift for the tween boy on your shopping list! Be sure to check out my other articles… especially all my articles about my chickens!
See ya’ soon!
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